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49ers local Pro Day includes Stanford, Cal standouts

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The 49ers get a chance to work out and speak with a host of local products on Wednesday.

The San Francisco 49ers have been busy visiting with NFL Draft prospects, whether it be workouts on campus or official visits hosted in Santa Clara. The 2018 NFL Draft is eight days away, and Wednesday marks the end of the visiting process. Teams will wrap up their official pre-draft visits, and for the 49ers, it means they will also be hosting their local Pro Day.

The local Pro Day allows each NFL team to bring in players who attended a local college, or attended high school in the Bay Area. Some of the bigger name prospects are not going to be attending the Pro Day, but there are still some intriguing prospects on hand. The staff has a full list of players in attendance today.

The most notable would probably be Stanford tight end Dalton Schultz. Draft analyst Tony Pauline reported the 49ers are showing “a lot of interest” in Schultz. George Kittle and Garrett Celek currently lead the tight end depth chart, but there is plenty of room for improvement.

Stanford cornerback Quenton Meeks is another intriguing name. He brings solid size, standing 6’2, 205 pounds, but speed is an issue for him. If the 49ers feel comfortable with the deeper coverage behind him, he could make sense as someone to develop in the secondary.

Check out this full list of Bay Area prospects on hand in Santa Clara.